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  • Foreign investors in fizzled development at wit's end

    Foreign investors in fizzled development at wit's end

    Associated Press - 3 minutes 13 seconds ago
    Foreign investors in fizzled development at wit's end

    MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Foreigners who had been banking on their investments in a biomedical research facility in northern Vermont to get green cards are scrambling to find a backup now that the project's developers are accused of misusing hundreds of millions of dollars of investors' money. …

  • 3 for all: Cavaliers make record 25 3-pointers, rout Hawks

    3 for all: Cavaliers make record 25 3-pointers, rout Hawks

    Associated Press - 5 minutes ago
    3 for all: Cavaliers make record 25 3-pointers, rout Hawks

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Your shot, Warriors. …

  • The Latest: Doctor called to help Prince is pain specialist

    The Latest: Doctor called to help Prince is pain specialist

    Associated Press - 17 minutes ago
    The Latest: Doctor called to help Prince is pain specialist

    MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on Dr. Howard Kornfeld, an addiction and pain specialist, who was asked to help Prince before his death (all times local): …

  • Powerball jackpot increases to $415 million

    Powerball jackpot increases to $415 million

    Associated Press - 20 minutes ago
    Powerball jackpot increases to $415 million

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Powerball jackpot has grown even larger. …

  • Australia integrity unit beefed up after corruption claims

    Australia integrity unit beefed up after corruption claims

    Reuters - 24 minutes ago
    Australia integrity unit beefed up after corruption claims

    Tennis Australia are to beef up their integrity unit to fight corruption in the sport after their showcase tournament was blighted earlier this year by allegations of global inaction to combat it. The Australian Open, the year's first grand slam tournament, was rocked on its opening day by reports the sport's global watchdog, the Tennis Integrity Unit, had done little to combat or properly investigate wide-spread match-fixing. Tennis officials, who rejected the reports, later announced they …